Staccs is launching a concert footage streaming services in the Nordics.
The premium platform will deliver on demand, high quality live films, which include a number of classic gigs.
Shows from Oasis, Queen, The Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, Patti Smith, David Bowie, Tupac, Sam Smith, Bonnie Raitt, Nina Simone Zara Larsson and Jireel will be available to fans in Nordic and Baltic countries, to begin with.
“Our driving force since day one has been to make unforgettable, legendary concerts and music documentaries available to music lovers like ourselves," said Jonas Sellberg, co-founder and chief operating officer of Staccs.
"I am very proud that we are now launching Staccs for music fans, artists as well as for rights holders. At a time when it has been impossible to go to live concerts, I am even more delighted to be able to relive the magic of Lenny Kravitz's Just Let Go tour from 2015, in the comfort of my home.”
Boasting restored live footage of classic shows, the Staccs platform will use a user-centric model to determine revenue share between the copyright owners, the artists and Staccs.
“By now digitizing concert content, we are opening up a completely new source of income for artists where their live performances can live on and benefit all parties, artists as well as fans," explained Anders Tullgren, chief executive officer of Staccs.
"Classic video content can now be marketed in a way that can be utilised by the entire music ecosystem. With our DNA rooted in music, our ambition remains the same - to become the global home of legendary concerts, on demand.”
Based on a monthly subscription, the streaming service will be available for any device and screen size.
In March this year, Staccs announced that had partnered and agreed content deals with French distributor Believe and DCD Rights, a UK-based distribution company.